What is a Rife Machine?
The Rife machine was invented by Royal Raymond Rife in the 1920s. He was an American scientist. The machine is also known as a Rife frequency generator.
Rife believed that each disease or condition has its own electromagnetic frequency. He also thought that by finding that frequency and producing an impulse of the same frequency would kill or disable diseased cells.
When using a Rife machine you put electrical pads on either your feet or hands. These pads are attached to the machine, which produces electrical impulses. You usually connect yourself to the machine for a few minutes a day, several times a week.
The Rife machine and other types of similar machines produce low energy waves. Critics often cite a lack of research proving that Rife machines work, however there are many clinics in operation in New Zealand and around the world. There are many people with anecdotal evidence to support the technology.
If your traditional medical treatments are not helping, then Rife therapy may be of interest to you.
Rife therapy is not suitable for anybody with a pacemaker or anybody who is pregnant.